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anastomosis the surgical connection of two hollow organs or organ parts, such as the ends of a severed intestine, to make one organ. [1/2 definitions]
apropos in connection with the topic just mentioned or under discussion. [2/4 definitions]
ashamed to have feelings of shame or embarrassment in connection with what one has or is associated with. [1/3 definitions]
be done with to have no further relationship or connection with; end.
break a severed connection. [1/25 definitions]
care to feel concern or anxiety in connection with. [1/11 definitions]
career the course or development of one's life, or a phase in one's life, usually in connection with one's occupation. [1/5 definitions]
causality the relationship or connection between cause and effect. [1/3 definitions]
cause and effect of, pertaining to, or arising from a connection between two events in which one causes the other to happen.
connote to imply a connection or association with, or to involve as a result or accompaniment. [1/2 definitions]
contact a person considered useful or valuable as a means of gaining favor, getting specialized information, or of exerting influence; connection. [1/8 definitions]
Declaration of Sentiments the document signed in 1848 by 68 women and 32 men in connection with the first women's rights convention.
disaffiliate to break from or end an alliance, association, or connection with. [1/2 definitions]
disavow to deny any knowledge of, responsibility for, or connection with; disclaim. [1/3 definitions]
disclaim to deny (as any knowledge of, responsibility for, or connection with). [1/4 definitions]
disclaimer a denial or repudiation of a claim or connection. [1/3 definitions]
disconnect to break off or interrupt the connection of or between. [3 definitions]
disengage to release from engagement, connection, or responsibility. [1/4 definitions]
dissociate to sever a mental connection or association between; separate. [1/5 definitions]
dissolution the annulment or severance of a bond or tie, esp. a formal or contractual connection. [1/5 definitions]
enclitic of or denoting an unstressed word that is usu. used only in combination or close connection with other words, as "'em" in "Let's get 'em." [1/2 definitions]